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Registered: ‎03-23-2010

Thank you !! so musch for those who took the time to reply.  I do use a heat protector. I so agree the cost is high. I did see the Shark it looks good also, and the price is better. I use the Bayliss dryer it is good has lasted a long time. It does take 20 to 30n minuites to do my hair. IMy hair is course due to  aging hair and grays I do color it every 5 weeks.

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Registered: ‎04-15-2012

just fyi - there will be a Dyson Corrale Straightener as a TSV tonight at midnight.

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Posts: 106
Registered: ‎03-23-2010

Thank you, I did see todays TSV. I was going to get it but the reviews were not that good. Think the dryer msay be better. Wish it would go on sale.

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Registered: ‎07-31-2010

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@annieoproceed with caution with the Brazilian Blowout!! I did it several years ago. Lost soooo much hair. It burned my scalp and I had to see a dermatologist and get a cream to put on my scalp as it was so red and burned from the ingredients in the BB. They tout it as Formaldehyde Free. That's not the case. It ruined my hair and I lost hair. Not to mention my scalp just really hurt. If it was windy the wind blowing through my hair was so painful. It was a nightmare. Never again. Now I just use Olaplex and big boar brush and my blow dryer.

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Registered: ‎04-21-2010

@annieo  I have the Dyson hair dryer and love it!  The Dyson site has a sale several times a year. Just sign up to receive their emails. You will be notified of sales. It's always 20% off if I remember correctly.